Maybe the president should rename his executive order “Buy American, Hire Foreign.”

And even those limits were merely a way station; the avowed goal of the corporate/libertarian Right (and the multicultural Left) has always been the unrestricted flow of foreign workers. When President Bush relaunched his immigration push in 2004, after it had been derailed by 9/11, he described his core goal: “If an American employer is offering a job that American citizens are not willing to take, we ought to welcome into our country a person who will fill that job.” Had Bush gotten his way, every one of the employers described above who are raising wages, offering benefits, and scouring the countryside for workers would be attesting that “American citizens are not willing to take” their jobs, and so foreign workers are needed. Under a market-driven immigration policy, instead of signing bonuses and prison work-release, we’d see staffing firms bringing in planeloads of Bulgarian pipefitters, Peruvian dishwashers, Pakistani landscapers, and more. Blue-collar wage increases would be smaller or non-existent, and the growth in non-work would continue uninterrupted.


Ask yourself why The Charles Schwab Corporation would not disclose their annual EEO-1 data.

All nominees for directors were elected, and each nominee received more “for” votes than “against” votes cast for his or her election. The proposals for ratification of the selection of Deloitte & Touche LLP as CSC’s independent auditors, the advisory vote on named executive officer compensation, and the 2013 Stock Incentive Plan, as amended and restated, were approved. The proposal to amend CSC’s Fourth Restated Bylaws to adopt a proxy access bylaw for director nominations by stockholders required the affirmative vote of 80% of total outstanding shares of CSC’s common stock and was not approved. The stockholder proposal requesting annual disclosure of EEO-1 data was not approved. The stockholder proposal requesting disclosure of the company’s political contributions and expenditures, recipients, and related policies and procedures was not approved. The final voting results were as follows:

What are they hiding?

The displacement of American Software Developers?